Volunteer of the Month

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  • Fri, December 04, 2015 6:32 AM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

    Meghan Koyama was selected because of her great work and the big impact she's having on our association and our programs.  Among other things, we appreciate her for:

    • Jumping in willingly, and on short notice, to create critical infrastructure for the Storyline Workshop. The documents designed will serve as workshop templates and process structure.
    • THANKS to Meghan, using these tools, we can more readily replicate good results in any future ATD-OC workshop. Her "will do" attitude is invaluable to our chapter!
      She helped with descriptive documentation and tracking tools related to our budding Skills Development initiative.
    • Total Trainer (ATD-OC's core development offer) has been upgraded through her graphic design, Power Point enhancements and marketing instincts. She's taken us closer to achieving our 2015 goal: Update / refine Total Trainer content, look and feel.
    • All the above, and more, done in less than 8 months time!
  • Wed, September 30, 2015 4:23 PM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

           

    LaVasha Lobbins                              Karina Napuri

    These members were selected because of their great work and the positive impact their having on our association and programs.  Among other things, we appreciate their:

    • Leadership and contributions to the Program Committee and Marketing Committee
    • Dedication to excellence in all they do
  • Tue, September 01, 2015 4:09 PM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

    Lisa Kolbe was selected because of her great work and the big impact she's having on our association and our programs.  Among other things, we appreciate her for:

    • gentle leadership with your contributions to the Program Committee
    • generous sharing of your hard earned knowledge of survey excellence
    • dedication to excellence in all you do
  • Fri, June 26, 2015 11:23 AM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

    Denise Lamonte was selected because of her great work and the big impact she's having on our association and our programs.  Among other things, we appreciate her for:

    • Serving as such an effective “structure networking coordinator"--coming up with ideas for enhancing our Monthly Learning Event, building on the ideas, and providing the necessary support to volunteers for effective networking.
    • Doing work to design and develop some of the ideas for the Change Leadership Special Interest Group.
    • Being a presenter and creating a testimonial video and designing a great presentation for all to enjoy and learn.
    • Pitching in as a facilitator and assisting when necessary during events and meetings
    • Jumping in to help so often--sometimes with such short notice--especially given the many commitments of your job and personal life. Your infectious energy and liveliness makes you a joy to be with.
  • Thu, May 28, 2015 9:02 AM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

    Don was selected because of his great work and the significant impact he's having on our Total Trainer program and Monthly Learning Events. Among other things, we appreciate his:

    • Can-do go-getter attitude
    • Texas charm :)
    • Contributions to process improvement in the chapter programs and professional development workshops
    • Willingness to jump in and help out
    • Collaborative nature and teamwork approach to everything you do!
  • Tue, April 28, 2015 4:47 PM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

    Andrea was selected because of her work and the big impact on our Total Trainer program.  Among other things, we appreciate her for:

    • Serving as such an effective “thought leader"--coming up with innovative ideas for enhancing the program, building on the ideas of other teammates, and providing your perspective on things that come up
    • Doing yeoman’s work to design and develop some of the ideas you and the team are coming up with.  For example, creating the testimonial video and designing the night one PowerPoint deck
    • Pitching in as a Facilitator and Assistant Facilitator in addition to all your Project Team responsibilities
    • Jumping in to help so often--sometimes with such short notice--especially given the many commitments of your job and personal life.  Your tireless efforts, together with your upbeat, infectious energy and playfulness make you a joy to work with.  
  • Fri, March 27, 2015 6:33 PM | Anonymous

    Our Volunteer of the Month Lorraine Zank, has made significant contributions to our chapter in the following areas: 

    A website team member since May 2013; serving as our Website Manager since 2014; continued support making updates to the Website; creative input for the 2014-2015 brand transition to create a new website/social media banner; and participation in website meetings and contributions to the technology team.

    Lorraine is a versatile, creative instructional designer and performance technologist, who focuses on efficient, effective interventions. She is highly educated having earned MS degrees in Instructional and Performance Technology and Statistics.  She has experience in all aspects of instructional design, including gap, performance, and cause analysis; audience analysis; intervention selection, design, and development; learning assessments; and evaluation. She is a consummate learner continually acquiring new skills and experiences, both technical and non-technical. Check out her work at http://lorrainehpt.wordpress.com/


  • Fri, March 27, 2015 6:17 PM | Anonymous
    Anthony Harmetz was selected as February Volunteer Of the Month for his continued and multi-faceted contributions to our Chapter. As a President Emeritus and a member since 2005, Anthony possesses a wealth of knowledge about our Chapter and its members, which he offers willingly as needed. His assistance with Total Trainer University and his advisory support to the newly created offices of Talent Management and Professional Development are but a few examples of his service to our Chapter. Thank you so much! 
  • Sun, November 30, 2014 9:39 PM | Anonymous

    For the last several years, Stephanie has served as Technical Writer-Project Manager, a role for which she received the 2011 Award of Merit. She works closely with Board members to document and manage the policies, procedures, and other process assets by which we govern our Chapter. Early this year, when the Board found itself without a Secretary, Stephanie willingly assumed the role until a new Secretary was elected. Currently, she is developing a library of training videos and on-boarding tools for the incoming Board members and volunteers. Many thanks for your contributions!

  • Thu, October 02, 2014 3:43 PM | Denise Ross-Admin (Administrator)

    Brittney was selected for her service as Chapter Programs and Marketing Liaison, eliciting information from speakers and passing it on to Marketing for web content, eBlasts, and other communications. Her role requires a deft balance between persistence and tact, plus organizational skills, and she has done a great job.

    Last July, Brittney helped President-Elect Jolynn Atkins with organizing our first Summer Social, and is coordinating the Chapter's annual Community Service Project.

    Brittney is an independent training and facilitation consultant. Her experience includes delivering the widely acclaimed “Crucial Conversations” workshops. She will serve as co-facilitator when our Chapter offers “Crucial Conversations” next year.

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